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Corban University is dedicated to finding the best ways to communicate God’s truth and deliver the highest quality education in an online format. Our online ministry degrees meet the needs of busy students who want to pursue a graduate degree. We are confident that you will experience the same excellent education and mentoring relationships online as you would on campus, and we want to prove it to you.

Try your first online seminary course for $99.

Spring 2020 $99 Course Options

BI513 Old Testament Poets and Prophets
A study of the Old Testament books of Job through Malachi with an emphasis on their content, integrity, and theology within their historical, cultural, and, geographical backgrounds. The biblical meaning will also be related to contemporary Christian living, thinking and ministry.

CM501 Growing in the Lord
An introductory study of the nature and practice of Christian/spiritual formation. The theological foundations for spiritual formation will be explored as it pertains to man’s sinful condition (original sin), the transforming power of the cross, and the New Covenant ministry of the Spirit working in conjunction with the God-ordained means of grace. Biblical principles are identified and applied that will lead students to evaluate their own relationship with God amidst the struggles faced in ministry, and to discern and cultivate realistic and personal strategies that will nurture their love for God and others. Special attention is devoted to the dangers of moral formation and the importance of community as the context for Christian formation.

CM593 Redeeming Relationships
This course introduces the student to the biblical teaching about conflict and its causes. Combining biblical investigation, word studies, life stories, and a self-evaluation, the course guides students in developing biblical habits that will resolve relational conflicts while reducing their frequency in his or her life.

TH502 Christ’s Redemption: Christ and Humanity
A thoughtful overview of Christian theology in the areas of anthropology, hamartiology and Christology. The student will be encouraged to develop his or her theological grid and gain exposure to theological terminology, scriptural support for doctrines, theologians and historical developments which have played a major role in Christian theology. Student will develop their own doctrinal statement reflecting their understanding of biblical teaching in the focus area of Christian theology.